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... a most excellent hostel) is the son of Turkish parents but raised in Melbourne and his parents help him run the hostel with his mum doing all the cooking - including making Australian meat pies for lunch, I was pretty happy with that :) I was the only person staying at the hostel, which ended up being fine as I spent my afternoon in their very gorgeous common/bar area talking with Attila's American girlfriend and when the sun went down we had another fantastic ...
... I was sitting at the restaurant I kept wishing I could have gone back into the touristy part of the city and had dinner overlooking the water, but tonight it's pragmatism that is predominating my decision-making, preferring to be close to the airport for flight #2 tomorrow rather than schlepping it into the city and right back out again.
No pictures today, but hopefully some will appear tomorrow or the next day. I'm thankful for a comfortable bed to sleep in ...
... a shortcut (she had a bad sense of direction but was really sure of herself which reminded of someone I can't quite put my finger on) but we ended up in some dodgy alley populated by dozens of shifty youths, so we turned back. Walking even a little had made deejay feel very sick so she returned to the hostel. We walked up the hill to the Main Street, and after much walking couldn't find the restaurant we'd been after. We walked around the area but couldn't ...
... first part of our 'leisurely' day was spent navigating the old back streets of Galatasaray (yes, of football fame) as we worked our way past the blockades. Taxim square is unusual in that it is very long... and has a lot of roads leading to it. It was probably a sledgehammer to crack a nut, but the police outnumbered the potential marchers by about a hundred to one and the few times we saw them giving chase they ...
... the Ecumenical Patriarchate we first attended an evening service that was led by clergymen of the Greek Orthodox Church. This service was conducted in the traditional way as these men recited and sung the texts in Greek. After the service, the Reverend Deacon Nephon Tsimalis gave us information and a tour of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. Reverend Tsimalis explained to us the history of the Greek Orthodox Church during ...